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the store ransacked at 4:30 a.m. >> it's horrible. >> it's a shame. >> we spoke briefly with an employee inside. they were hit big and lost a lot of merchandise. according to police a mannequin was found on the sidewalk and so was a piece of bumper from the car. we spoke to people that can't believe it would happen here. >> the owner of a high end optical store this brings back bad memories. >> we got robbed back to back and they broke both windows and this end of the chestnut street is out of control. >> this is a very unsafe environment. >> this is hard to believe this is chestnut street? >> this is the most unsafe street in philadelphia guaranteed. he adds that if something
doesn't change fast he won't stick around. >> i will not be here. >> okay no word on exactly what was taken but again this is boyds they sell high end merchandise and we are told a lot of it was stolen. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that report. well, the northeast extension of the pennsylvania turnpike is back open northbound tonight after a big crash shut down the lanes for nine hours, it happened at 5:30 this morning between landsdale and quakertown. four tractor trailers and at least one other vehicle crashed causing a massive pileup. only one person was hurt and they are expected to be okay fortunately. but the crash hurt the commute, forcing the northbound traffic off the landsdowne exit. philadelphia police have now identified a 70-year-old charged in connection with a shooting in
rittenhouse square. he is charged as an adult turned himself in over the weekend, according to police he and another man were trying to commit a robbery in the park and a third man tried to stop them and he allegedly opened fire and the shooting victim is expected to be okay and the second suspect has not yet been identified. in southwest philadelphia police are looking for the shooter seen in this video. you see the suspect fire several times outside of lucky garden chinese on the 2400 block of 62nd street. one person was hit and the suspect heads inside and opens fire again hitting another person, if you have any information you are asked to call philadelphia police. contract talks resumed today less than a week before septa employees would walk off the job, right now the workers union that operates city transit are at odds with multiple issues including pensions and health
care. they promised a more equal pension system but trying to give managers more leaving the workers with nothing. >> they came to the public with reform but it was reform they gave themselves. some of them got $1,000 increase a month. that is what we are fighting right now. >> the current deadline is october 1-st. if the union were to go on strike, septa buses and trolleys and subways would be affected but not regional rail. the cool down continues tonight for the delaware valley. looking live at the philadelphia international airport looking at puffy clouds. temperatures hovered in the 50s today and it's about to get cooler, a freeze warning for most of our area goes into effect tonight. cecily tynan is live outside with the forecast. >> reporter: hi monica, time to find the winter coat. you'll need it tomorrow. right now temperatures on the cool side. 53 degrees after two days of temperatures in the 60s and
winds from the northwest. syracuse right now 41 degrees and there is cold air that is moving in tonight. the coldest so far this season. future tracker 6 showing tomorrow morning, 7:30 in the morning, philadelphia 36 and millville 34 and the north and west suburbs right around the freezing point, lancaster 30 and reading 32 and allentown 31 and the poconos only 29 degrees, our entire viewing area under a frost advisory or freeze warning until midnight and 9:00 in the morning, a good idea to protect plants and also you may want to consider doing is turning off your outside water and disconnecting the hoses, if they have water in it it can expand and could break your pipes. you may as well do it tonight with the coldest air mass so far this season and i'm tracking wet weather with the probability of a wintry mix not too far away from us. >> thank you cecily.
politics tonight. we are officially two weeks out from election day. and earlier today both presidential candidates set their sight on the sunshine state. hillary clinton spent the day in south florida fund raise for her campaign and encouraging voters to head to the polls early and republican nominee donald trump is touring through the entire state this morning, he spoke to the crowd at his golf course outside of orlando. tonight he heads to the panhandle. florida is a must win state for trump and clinton we'll have more on they're pleas for support. bob casey is one of three lawmakers trying to get the golf association to move the womens golf open off of donald trump's golf course in new jersey. the womens open is slated for july 17th at trump bed minister in somerset county. casey along with others sent a
letter asking for the change in venue in light of trump's lewd comments towards women and trump who owns the golf course is a bran along with degrading women something that is not appropriate for the tournament. in chester county, more than 30,000 students g their first taste of the electoral process, it's called the kids voting process. the kids went through a mock voter registration and they can cast their votes online. students in chester county have accurately predicted the winner over the last five elections. new at 5:00 now, officials in mercer county are teaming up to fight rental scam in the area look agent bogus landlords and tenants. nora muchanic has the story. >> the landlord never owned the property. it was a bogus lease. >> britney stevenson located an
apartment to rent in (ton with an online broker and lost $2,000 when she was scammed by a phoney rental agent. >> i lost all of my furniture and clothing and had to go to court. you never owned the property and i am giving money to a guy that doesn't own it. >> we have so many foreclosed homes. people are taking advantage. >> they say they own the rental property or the seller of a property they don't own. >> we have a case where someone changed the locks and move nood an abandon property and rented it. >> mercer county formed a task for to stop this fraud. making it more difficult to take over vacant or abandoned properties. they are offering a free property alert service. >> any time someone wants to put a lien on your property you'll
get an email. >> there is a hot line if victims get scammed and a bills are being introduced in the legislature. >> making sure they are renting a property truly available and renting from the actual property owner. >> have you to do your homework and make sure whoever is renting or selling is legitimate. and go back to the old adage, if the deal sounds too good to be true it probably is. nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." time now for a check of the "action news" traffic report tuesday night. >> matt pellman in the traffic center tuesday night. how are we looking? >> we had our work cut out for us this morning. this afternoon it's not quite as bad but an issue on the vine street expressway. the police officer got out of the way. and eastbound traffic is starting to move on a wide load
that went through from the vine to the schuylkill and needed help maneuvering, that is why they had everything block of momentarily. and the west vine is moving. nasty suburban accident blocking off plymouth road and whitpain, to the south 202 a crash at skippack pike. and by tony rhoni's at willow grove in easton, more construction today at the scutter falls bridge. and again slower speeds on the southbound side. and burlington by amy's omelette house look for downed wires at high street. we'll check it again coming up in the next half hour. >> thank you matt. still ahead on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. the manhunt continues for an oklahoma man accused of killing two of his own family members and opening fire on police. the warning from police as the fbi and u.s. marshals join in on the search.
airwaves flight made an emergency landing. the a-380 from san francisco to london made a money landing in van cover. most are cabin crew members, they did not say what the problem was or what they were treated for. the manhunt is intensifying in oklahoma for the man accused of allegedly killing two of his family members. michael vance is on the run for 24 hours, police say he killed his aunt and uncle before shooting at two police officers and stealing their patrol car. they believe that vance may have been injured and he was able to live stream his escape on facebook and police warn he is extremely dangerous. >> this man has demonstrated a compencity to shoot people and kill people. >> the fbi and u.s. marshals
have join in the search and some say he may have died from his injuries. and now the government approved volkswagon's $15 billion settlement. the company will given bying back the vehicles in december and people can receive up to 10,000 each. to clear the streets of every vehicle that exceeds emissions standards. one of the busiest times here on wall street started on a low note today. it's earning season and stocks closed lower thanks to oil prices and the dow fell 6.5 and the s&p 500 lost eight. penn state's football stadium will host its first concert. the performance will be held on the nittany lions next year and
beaver stadium open since 1960 holded 107,000 fans for a football game. camden county's first female prison warden is on the job. karen taylor was sworn in at the federal facility. she has played roles as an officer and administrative captain. congratulations to her. it's not often that kids look forward to a construction project at a shopping mall. this is the new lego land discovery center and a dump truck carrying more than 70,000 lego bricks arrived and youngsters from a nearby school grabbed hard helps and helped them. it's expected to open next spring. >> looking like fun. a woman in georgia is having
severe stomach pains and checked into the hospital and came home with a baby. >> she thought it was kidney stones but an ultrasound revealed she was 36 weeks pregnant. she was told she was pre menopause and could not have surgery. >> he was breach and his feet were up by his head and i was scared. i haven't had any prenatal care no ultrasound. he is just perfect and fine. didn't let me know he was in there. >> she is a lucky woman, baby sean is healthy. and mom and dad are trying to gather all the baby items they now need. coming up most americans would flunk a high school health class thanks to plenty of miss
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time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. cecily tynan is here with the forecast. i think we'll need winter coats for part of it. >> there are frost on the pumpkins tomorrow morning especially in the outlying areas. we are live right now from the pagoda lower looking reading and that is where temperatures will likely drop below freezing tomorrow morning. and even today you can feel a chill in the air, philadelphia only 53 degrees and temperatures were in the mid-60s. and allentown 49 and reading 54 and cape may and wilmington 57 degrees. we have winds generally 12 to 16 miles per hour out of the northwest and that is pulling
down the cooler air. it's bringing us cool air invehicle shun clouds and cooler air is moving in throughout the day. once the sunsets the clouds evaporate. future tracker showing tomorrow afternoon temperatures struggling to make it into the low 50s by the afternoon despite the fact that we see a lot of sunshine and then heading into thursday. thursday is when the clouds roll in and look at this, first time talking about this. the poconos late thursday morning could get a wintry mix. some snow perhaps a little bit of ice before it changes all over to rain. we start the day dry here. the rain rolls in later in the day in the afternoon and evening
hours, we are looking at generally a quarter inch to half inch of rain, a little lower than yesterday. the evening commute on thursday will be a wet one, that is good news, we need the rain especially north and central new jersey, we have 14 counties in a drought warning and the rainfall deficit this year 5 to 10 inches and some of reservoirs only at half capacity. first drought warnings since 2001. and mercer county and ocean county in the drought warning they need the rain. and after the chilly morning, some high clouds late in the day. as the system pulls out of the ohio valley that brings heards of rain on thursday mainly in the afternoon hours. friday 57 and saturday 65 degrees and look at this on sunday, low 75 degrees will halloween be that warm? we'll have the answer coming up in the exclusive accuweather
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happening on "action news" tuesday night. two weeks until election day, donald trump and hillary clinton are laser focused on florida. and tragedy prevented in a philadelphia neighborhood when strangers jumped into action when thieves steal a woman's car with her child in the backseat. and new video of a vicious attack on temple students last week. do you recognize any of the suspects? >> now the 2016 race for the white house, in just 14 days, voters will decide who is the next president of the united states. >> the presidential nominees set their sights on the sunshine state of florida. a crucial state they both need for the path to electoral votes. >> african-americans, women, muslims, people with disabilities and now his final target is democracy itself.
>> hillary clinton slams her opponent for unending attacks on all groups and it threatens centuries of our government. >> it has to be replaced with something much less expensive for the people and otherwise this country is in even bigger trouble than anybody thought. >> donald trump wasted no time on pouncing on the price increase of universal health care and that he will repeal it when he becomes president. we are live in washington, d.c. tonight with the very latest. >> reporter: rick and monica, new polls out are showing that clinton has a strong lead in today we saw her capitalize on that momentum while donald trump just keeps telling people not to believe the numbers and that is the entire system is rigged against him. both are in florida rallying voters in the must win state. >> i'll work as hard as i can between now and the close of the
election two weeks from today. >> in 14 days we'll win the state of florida, we are going to win back the white house. >> today's abc news national tracking poll has clinton holding on to her double digit lead his 46% to his 38%. and focusing on getting wins down ballot. unlike his opponent, patrick murphy is not afraid to stand up to donald trump. meanwhile trump is continuing to say that the numbers are rigged against him. >> i think we are winning the race. >> during a stop at his golf course in florida he praises his employees and their diversity. >> 80% of them are hispanic right? >> and a few come on stage to praise him. >> i am praising this man because he deserves it.
i empower trump. >> i didn't tell you to say that. >> absolutely not. >> he says that obama care is hurting his employees jumping on the news that the premiums will increase by 25% in popular plans next year. >> what they are going through is horrible because of obama care, so we'll repeal it and replace it. but afterwards the manager of trump's golf course says that 99% of the employees were insured by the company meaning they will not need obama care. >> none of them are on obama care. >> some of them but most of them no. >> trump is jumping from his golf course to one of his hotels, tomorrow he'll attend a ribbon cutting ceremony in d.c. meantime, clinton will be in florida for a get out and vote rally to celebrate her birthday. >> maggie thank you. with just two weeks to go, this reminder download our free 6 abc news app to get break ago
lerts and read about the latest from the campaign trail. >> neighbors are credited with the attempt to reunite a mother with her son when a thief stole her car with her son inside. police say a woman left her car running with her 6-year-old inside while she went to the atm and that is when police say a man jumped in the car and took off. people heard the mother scream and jumped into action. >> we chased him around the corner in another car. i'm sure he looked in the rear view and saw the kid in there. >> we got the kid i'm yelling. >> and the thief dumped the car a block away and he was unharmed . police continue to investigate the violent attacks at temple university. and they released video to identify the dozens of people involved. you see 20 people surround three of the victims on the 1400 block
of oxford street friday night all the victims were assaulted and a 19-year-old woman's cell phone was stolen. one of four attacks on campus on friday. four suspects have been arrested and police are increase patrols this weekend for a precaution. i for a precaution. investigators release new surveillance video of the incident. it happened at the cvs along locust street. two men walked in and stuffed items in plastic bags and an employee walked up and he threatenedp man and told him they had a gun and the thieves ran off if you recognize either police call police. and residents are suing north wildwood saying that the city new about potentially dangerous conditions and did not to warn people.
dominic's aunt and cousin drown in 2009 and they confirmed that it was unstable and could collapse at any time. they posted no swimming signs but did not mention that walking in shallow water may be life-threatening. a teacher's aide in georgetown accused of having sex with a 17-year-old student is no longer facing charges because they learned that the student was actually 20 years old. last month. he said he was a victim of sexual abuse after having sex with nicole -- and the investigation revealed that the true age, he turned himself in to police and remains behind bars and she is no longer employed by the indian river district. a tractor trailer hauling cows overturned and causing a backup. the load was not properly secured and the driver took the
ramp from i-295 north and caused the big rig to tip over and caused the highway to close for seven hours. none of the animals or the driver were hurt. police in delaware county are cracking down on drunk drivers this weekend, more than 100 officers will be on patrol in wilmington and bear and rehoboth beach looking for drunk drivers, police hope that the visible enforcement will work as a determent. and there are 3,000 dui arrests in delaware so far this year. matt pellman is back in the traffic center with the commute home. >> not well in bucks coins with big backups in the construction zone. we are talking about this all afternoon, work on 95 approaching the scutter falls bridge and entering the work zone, there was an unsuccessful merge we'll say leading to an
accident and one lane barely squeezing by and an ambulance pulled up on the scene and 95 northbound as you head toward the scutter falls bridge, just 10 miles per hour and similar actually on the southbound side coming out of mercer county, the sun glare is not helping us there. the bottom line is i think that route 1 is best for bucks and mercer counties, not 95 with several problems this afternoon. and a whole lot of volume here in center city along the vine street expressway jammed in both directions, earlier wide load traveling westbound is gone and the vine will not close tonight for construction. so that is a bit of good news, and in chester county a crash along buck run road and one in lower gwinnett closing plymouth road. rick and monica back to you. more to come on "action news" tonight. controversy continues to swirl
around an nfl player who admitted to abusing his wife. what his team decided today. and the eagles will battle the cowboys this sunday but may be looking to do business first. jaime apody has more on sports. >> hi monica, on the cool side today, the high temperature just 56, 8 degrees below arrange and it gets colder tonight. we have the details in the full accuweather forecast. i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime,
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for the content of this advertising. investigators remain on scene after the tour bus tragedy in california. they are looking for the cause tonight. the autopsy on the bus driver may give clues but that is not known. he arrived at the casino late saturday night to pick up passengers and did not leave the casino for almost five hours and did not apply the brake and hit a tractor trailer. 30 passengers died including the bus driver. a man shot four workers killing one of them during a
rampage in roanoke, virginia. it was at a rail yard where he worked since march. he fired 10 rounds from a handgun and they say the shooter was a kenyan refugee, they believe something from work or work related set him off and he took his life after the shooting. the new york giants released josh brown. saying he abused his wife. and he says it was not physical abuse. >> and brown says abuse takes different -- and wants to be a voice of change. we'll have more on the top stories from around the globe. we'll have more on "action news" at 6:00. jaime apody is here and as the eagles get ready for the cowboys sunday night there are trade rumors. >> we love a trade rumor. it sounds like the front office
may be working hard. the deadline a week away and the birds trade rumors for wide receiver, torrey smith, the eagles are sorely missing the wideout position. and this could give them a position they could desperately use. and the question is what or who would it cost. the flyers have to have a good memory. they turn around and host buffalo at the wells fargo center. for the sixers tomorrow is the night. tomorrow they turn the page from trusting the process to hopefully seeing the process play out their hopes as they open the season against oklahoma city. nerlins noel will not play having a successful surgery on his knee. we will see joel embiid make his nba debut and for brett brown new faces and changes but some things stay the same. >> it hasn't changed. the foundation in the holistic
approach to what we are trying to do, it's the same when i met everyone here. trying to develop the players and teach them with nba actually means and get them educated about sports science and i understand after four years that gets probably a little bit old. but i don't mind just telling the truth. >> over the weekend the temple coaches had all of their children trick or treat up and down their offices and meeting rooms because dads will be busy game planning. it's all treats for a couple of weeks looking for their third straight win against uconn. they are not taking a bowl game for granted. >> it feels great but at the end of the day it could change at any moment. have you to play at a high level or we will not control our destiny. we have to go out and play this
week and that is most important, take care of business. >> join us this saturday morning to preview the game on temple football play book. i'll sit with the coach to talk about his team and pepa pig. baseball fans, a world series for the ages, the indians and the cubs game one. one has not won since 1948 the other since 1908 and the drought will end for one of them. >> i think that is something that is postmortem after you have done it. then you really dwell on that particular, in the meantime our guys will be in the present tense. these players earned the right to try to see if we can beat the cubs, that is a tall enough task but i don't know if it's a tall enough task than 50 or 60 years ago. if you win it makes for a cool
story. >> who is it going to be? is it the cubs year? >> i would hope so, but it's a while for cleveland too. >> can you root for either team. speaking of the world series. the cleveland indians youngest fans are ready for the world series opener, they are bundlele all the babies born in indians onesies. they know a good team never has too many fans. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma and jasmine need on their birthday. thank you. for all their new devices. you can't break me. you want a piece of cake? switching to fios is easier than ever. this is your last chance to get 100meg internet,
y25pmy yi0y meteorologist, melissa magee is here now we mean childy winds are here. >> wins are here and temperatures
cool down over the overnight hours. here is stormtracker 6 live double scan radar you see it's dry. no issues with precipitation at this hour. it's all about that cool northwesterly wind. we show you the picture outside. it's there in chestnut hill and looking at pumpkins and everyone dressed up in time for halloween. we have the decorations outside of the home for all the trick or treaters come monday. right now in philadelphia we come in at 53 after a high today of just 54 in the city. 49 in allentown and 40 in the
poconos and 56 in cape may, and 57 degrees in dover. here is satellite 6 along with action radar you can see it's dry right now and we have a lot of cloud cover across the region and that helps to reenforce the cold air especially with the northwesterly wind and the call from accuweather for the rest of the tonight. the wins are not an issue earlier, the skies turn clear, we drop down to 28. north and west of town, we have the freeze advisory and freeze warning and frost advisory, along the i-95 corridor. you bottom out at 37 and 31 in the pine barrens. reading and lancaster the frost advisory along the i-95 corridor and dover are you underneath that frost advisory it goes up at midnight and lasts through 9:00 a.m. on wednesday. good idea to bring the potted plants inside. high pressure stays in control and it's a chilly day plenty of
sunshine none theless and we are tracking the low pressure out of the great lakes and it tracks eastward into thursday, periods of rain on the way and the heaviest moves north and east and if you look closely with the high temperature of 58 on thursday, snow is breaking out in portions of upstate new york and future tracker 6 showing you across new england and across the areas in new york state. some of the higher terrain locations could find several inches of snowfall across that region to the poconos and light snow showers before things transition over to wet weather. here is the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chilly tomorrow and late high clouds moving in and high of 53, periods of rain on the way on thursday, breezy day at 58 and friday a cool breeze and high temperature of 57 and milder by saturday at 65 and the bulk of that precipitation stays to the north of that region on saturday.
as we get into sunday october blow torch comes in with a high of 75 degrees. beautiful. as we get into monfor halloween, 64 and 66 next tuesday and partly sunny skies so the chill comes back tonight and we start to rebound as we get into this weekend. >> thank you. as the mercury plunges tonight. keep 6abc.com/weather handy. storm 6 is the high in the sky. and use facebook and twitter by following our expert meteorologists. there is something for everyone tonight on prime time right here on 6 abc. plenty of laughs and suspense and then at 10:00 an all new episode of marvel "agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." they infiltrate a high security prison to find the secrets. and robby reyes struggles to control the infamous ghost rider.
he is reading marvel comic books since he was 6. >> people on twitter are like you are a dork, you know all of these things in the comic book. it's what i did as a kid in the backyard. we took our action figures out and play fight and hit each other with telekinetic powers and have a blast. >> the night starts off with all new episodes of the middle at 8:00 and real o'neils at 9:30 and marvel "agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." at 10:00 and stay tuned for "action news" at 11:00. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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into tv news and discussed how breaking news keeps him prepared for the unexpected. he did a nice job. jim gardner is standing by with these stories next at 6:00. a high end heist. one of philadelphia's most popular stores was the target of burglars this morning. also, a royal visit, prince albert of monica tours his recently purchased property in east falls, the childhood home of his mother, grace kelly. for adam joseph, cecily tynan, jaime apody, monica
malpass and the entire "action news" team i'm rick williams. have a good night.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist cecily tynan, and jim gardner. tuesday night septa officials and transit workers head back to the bargaining table and maryland state police shoot and kill to suspects wanted intel wear. but the big story on "action news" is the brazen overnight burglary at one of philadelphia's best known stores. and the bandit was not very discrete in the way he gained entry. he smashed his car into the picture window to the right of the front door, and authorities are figuring out what and how much was stolen but it looks like it was a big haul. bob brooks is outside of the store on chestnut street. what is the latest there? >> reporter: jim, good evening. i don't know how much more brazen this could get.
we are in fronts of boyds on chestnut and this is what it looks like now it's boarded up in the front of boyds after someone allegedly smashed their car into the front and got away with a lot of merchandise. >> the latest victim of a smash and grab is leaving people in the city in disgust. >> horrible. just horrible. >> it's a shame. >> they had a car drive into the front window and was ransacked and this was the end result. a store front patched up with plywood. and no word from police or boyds about what was taken we are told it was a lot of merchandise worth a lot of money but one person is not shocked this happened. that is hiam he owns the oncal store next door. >> they broke both of our windows and were rob